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Sebasteion, Nysa and the Infant Dionysos.    Aphrodisias Museum.

Sebasteion, Nysa and the Infant Dionysos. Aphrodisias Museum.

Sebasteion, royal hero and hunting dogs.    Aphrodisias Museum.

Sebasteion, royal hero and hunting dogs. Aphrodisias Museum.

Relieve romano

Xenophon, the Greek soldier, historian, horseman and B.) was born to a well to do Athenian family and was a student of one of the fathers of Greek Philosophy: Socrates.

Hera de Samos - Viquipèdia, l'enciclopèdia lliure

Hera de Samos circa aC al museu del Louvre a París(Escultura).

Sebasteion, Hygeia.    Aphrodisias Museum.

Sebasteion, Hygeia. Aphrodisias Museum.

Pinax of Persephone and Hades from Locri. Reggio Calabria, National Museum of Magna Graecia.

Pinax of Persephone and Hades on the throne. Found in the holy shrine of Persephone at Locri- now in the Museo Nazionale Archeologico at Reggio Calabria

Promethus freed by Hercules.  Roman relief sculpture. Aphrodisias Turkey.

Promethus freed by Hercules.

Achilles oracle of Delphi and care while the wounds of Telephus relief, the first century BC, Naples, National Archaeological Museum.

“Marble relief depicting Achilles, in the presence of his mother Thetis, treating the wound of the Mysian king, Telephus.

Roman releif sculpture of Bellerophon, Aphrodisias, Turkey. Bellerophon was a Lykian hero who was claimed to be the founder of Aphrodisias. He holds the winged horse Pegasos. The quality of the carving is poor indicating an apprentice piece.

Roman releif sculpture of Bellerophon, Aphrodisias, Turkey. Bellerophon was a Lykian hero who was claimed to be the founder of Aphrodisias. He holds the winged horse Pegasos. The quality of the carving is poor indicating an apprentice piece.

Locri terracotta plaque, pinax, 490-460 B.C. Greek terracotta votive plaque from Locri Epizefiri pinakes, baby in a box, Locrian pinax Type 9/1 Zancani-Montuoro, an enthroned female figure opens a box to reveal a child, perhaps symbolizing maternity and presaging matrimonial fertility, from the sanctuary of Persephone at Locri Epizefiri in the district Mannella. Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Locri Epizefiri

Pinax of a Seated Woman Opening a Box 5 BC

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